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Infantile Nicknames...

Sat May 28, 2005 8:01 pm

Most of us at one time or another have invented nicknames for friends, relatives and even pets. I shant get into nicknames for genetalia, that's another thread. So tell us the infantile nicknames you've created for whomever.


My mother: "Moomers", "Mamasita", "Mommy-mommy"

Friend Tom: "Toe-mas", "T-dump", "Tummy"

My cat Ringo: "Ringo bingo bongo, kitty from da Congo", "Mr Muffin", "Fat-a-rack", "Poodle", "Ringo Suav-ay", "Baby Fat Boy".

My cat Abbey: "Abs", "Missy Girl", "Muffin Muffin", "Abinator", "Baby Fat Girl".

Friend Jeff: "Jeffers", "Jummy", "Jeff-enough".

Friend Melissa: "Melser", "Open Wound", "Missy Muffin".

Friend Tanya: "La Tanya", "Tan-Tan", "Tahners".

Friend Kevin: "Kevilicious", "Keevo", "Snookerdoodles".

Friend Eric: "Errrrk", "Rico", "To Eric is human", "Punkin".

Friend Maggie: "Mags", "Magnolia", "Slaggie".

And not to leave myself out, names others have come up with for me: "Chupples", "Nerps", "Chuck-fuck", "Chuckie Finster", "Putzie"
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RE: Infantile Nicknames...

Sat May 28, 2005 10:31 pm

uh, um, aha....right?

what are you on?  scratchchin  I've seen some pretty out there stuff on this site and I think the fact that people post things completely openly on this site is great, but right now I'm speechless.

...well...In my group for the last month or so we've been using 'dogg' names during soccer that I think one of us stole from American Idol. You just come up with a word to put after dogg and then use the first letter in front of dogg e.g. S dogg skills (skill dogg skills), T dogg tricks (Trick dogg tricks) etc.

This worked until the biggest JI in the world came along and started calling people S dogg Tricks and B dogg skills. Now he goes by the abbreviated name of Q dogg and is yet to find out it stands for Queer...

Ah well, that's enough from me...


Snookerdoodles, Punkin, Toe-mas, T-dump, Tummy, Ringo bingo bongo, kitty from da Do they know you call them these names? do you use them in public? do you still have front teeth?...

...I do like 'Slaggie' and 'baby fat boy/girl' though...  spin 

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RE: Infantile Nicknames...

Sat May 28, 2005 10:40 pm

I like "Putzie." I'll have to remember that one.
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RE: Infantile Nicknames...

Sun May 29, 2005 12:34 am

OzGuy: Of course they know thier nicknames, I'm not the only who uses them either. They know it's a term of endearment anyway...if anyone one of them hated one of the nicks I'ld stop using it.

I'm not ON anything either, just a twisted sense of humor is all.
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RE: Infantile Nicknames...

Sun May 29, 2005 12:47 am

Semanator, dont ask.

A guy asks 'What's Punk?'. I kick over a trash can and its punk. He knocks over a trash can and its trendy.
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RE: Infantile Nicknames...

Sun May 29, 2005 11:32 am

I never give nicknames to anyone, but I've had quite a few.

My grandmother always calls me Chicken. No kidding.

My mom calls me batman, goochies, or Mitchyman.

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